Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express

 

Where i can find a POI for Holidays Inn and Holiday Inn in USA and Canada

All US Intercontinental Hotels Group

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Many of the

Many of the Holiday Inns are already in the GPS built in POI data but there is also one here at http://www.poi-factory.com/node/6889

Not sure if the file includes Canada.

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Canada Holiday Inns

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This is a pay site

dave817 wrote:

http://www.gps-data-team.com/poi/canada/accommodation/index.php?poi_data=accommodation&file=Holiday_Inn-CA&navigation=60

Even though I clicked on "Free POI's", it still wants payment.

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OK Thank you, now other question

I download a POI, free WIFI from POI Fatory, i convert to GPX with the program GPX TO POI to use with google earth...
After converting when i tried to open,i my desktop to test, and a small window replay this.
encountered a sharing violation while accessing wifi.gpx
Only find this problem with this particular wifi poi.

@gpsmoron

which wifi file?

We have over 30 wifi files in out list.

Guessing, but it sounds like you still had the file open under the previous program when you tried to access it under another program.

Yes Sr.

You are right this was the problem (Guessing, but it sounds like you still had the file open under the previous program when you tried to access it under another program)
I all ready install in my garmin GPS

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/30753

This is the particular csv folder give a problem.
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/30753

After download and convert from csv to GPX and triet to open with easygps this is what....

Repairing a broken GPX, KML, LOC, or XML file

The file you just tried to open is damaged, and EasyGPS isn't able to open it. Report the broken file to the Web site or program that created it. For GPX files created in EasyGPS, ExpertGPS, or GeoBuddy, email the GPX file to support@expertgps.com.

Technical details about the malformed XML data were included in the EasyGPS error message. You can also refer them to these instructions for validating GPX output from a program or Web site.

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free wiFi

Has over 67,000 lines. Easy GPS may not be able to handle that many records,

The other question is why convert it?

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google earth

to install in my google earth favorites.
thank you

Holiday Inn Express

I'd actually prefer a file with ONLY the Holiday Inn Express locations. I don't need all the regular Holiday Inn sites, the other HI brand hotels, etc. Just HIEXPRESS sites is all I need.

Ah, well. One can't always have exactly what they want in life.

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There is a way

thrak wrote:

I'd actually prefer a file with ONLY the Holiday Inn Express locations. I don't need all the regular Holiday Inn sites, the other HI brand hotels, etc. Just HIEXPRESS sites is all I need.

Ah, well. One can't always have exactly what they want in life.

What you might want to do is to use EPE to convert the .gpx file back to a .csv file and then use the =SEARCH function of Excel to find the EXPRESS entries.

Open the file with EPE

Under Options, click on "M Column CSV Fields.."

In the M Column CSV Fields Assignment, choose one of the profiles and select the 8 columns
Longitude
Latitude
POI Name
Address
City
State
Post Code
Phone

give this profile a name in the upper right and then click OK. Then click close

Do a File > Save As > and pick the type as a "M Column CSV). The name ought to be ok, so click "save"

Now open the file in Excel

In Column I, enter
=SEARCH("EXPRESS",C1,1)
and copy that formula to the bottom

What you ought to see in column I is either "#VALUE!" or a number (and I think they are all "13")

Sort on Column I and delete unwanted columns.